Weekly Web Wrappings
September 12th, 2008

  • Billions in unclaimed funds for Queens flooding.
    (State comptroller’s office)
  • The shifting judicial landscape.
    (Judicial Reports)
  • Congressional committee to look at Yankees Stadium and Atlantic Yards.
    (Atlantic Yards Report)
  • Citi Field to go green.
    (Bronx Council for Environmental Quality)
  • Fantasies of destroying New York.
    (New York Press)
  • Coney Island history project.
    (Brooklyn Rail)
  • East New York farmers market turns ten.
    (Sustainable Flatbush)
  • State tries to reduce congestion with traffic cameras.
    (GovTech.com)
  • Giant (half) naked illegal billboard.
    (IllegalBillboards.org)
  • What will the magazine of the future look like?
    (NYConvergance)
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